See that gray bit at the top? It’s being ripped out, again. I made a mistake in the first row so it’s all got to go. I neglected to put in a lifeline. I was sure I wouldn’t need it. I hope your knitting is going better than mine. 


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11 Responses to *Grumble*Grumble*

  1. Oh shame, no, that is not good. Hope its not to much of a reknit. All the best.
    My own knitting is going at a steady pace, on the last colour of my Stratus wrap, and the rows are long. I really would love to finish it off soon.
    Take care. šŸ™‚

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  2. tonymarkp says:

    I’m sorry this shawl has turned out to be so jinxed. It’s really a cool design.

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  3. D’oh! No wonder your post is entitled *Grumble*Grumble*. I hope the reknit goes all right.

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  4. salpal1 says:

    wait, row 1? As in rip out the WHOLE THING? That stinks. It was going so well. Are you sure you can’t remedy it some other way, or ignore it?

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  5. kathyreeves says:

    Argh!!!!! I am finishing pattern 1 on the sleeve, about 40 rows to get back to where I was. However, I think I have figured out how to do the join when I go to knit in the round so that the pattern is even…I guess I’m looking for a silver lining…hope you find yours! Remember, it is going to be gorgeous….it is going to be gorgeous…

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  6. ripping out row, re-doing them over and over again, until they are perfect design…. story of my life šŸ˜Š I feel your pain and frustration šŸ˜’

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  7. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Oh no! I hope you are back on track soon.

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  8. Mr Knitter says:

    I feel your pain, I have never used a lifeline in any of my knitting and I hate it when I get so far and see a mistake.

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  9. Olivia says:

    All I can say is, thank god for all the reference patterns on ravelry that help us through the poorly worded patterns we start. Lol

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